While there is currently debate over whether the rise of the natural gas industry in Pennsylvania has created as many jobs as some had originally projected, there is little disagreement among attorne
After leasing space in Houston last month and working the lateral market, Reed Smith has announced it will officially open its first Texas office with 17 attorneys from seven different firms in the r
Pittsburgh-based K&L Gates has opened an office in Houston with the addition of corporate partner Charles L. Strauss. It's the firm's fourth Texas office
Charleston, W.Va.-based Jackson Kelly has announced it will expand its Western Pennsylvania energy law presence with the addition of Indiana, Pa.-based oil and gas boutique Gormly Gormly & Yuhas
The editorial staff of The Legal has always been aware that the hiring and retention of female attorneys is an ongoing issue in the legal community
The Legal's editorial staff recently set out to select our Women of the Year, in which we highlight the achievements of top women lawyers across the state
K&L Gates' Pittsburgh office has a new administrative partner after its former head accepted a new role co-leading the firm's recently created energy, infrastructure and resources practice group
As lateral movement continues in Pennsylvania's energy and environment bars, a seven-lawyer group of environmental, energy and land use attorneys have left Drinker Biddle & Reath to form their own bo
For many Pennsylvania firms, the Marcellus Shale is as much a resource for legal work as it is for natural gas, but they could soon find themselves facing increasing out-of-state competition
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